Fortior Solutions is honored to be the recipient of a 2023 Platinum ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award for Best Access Control & Authentication Solution from American Security Today (AST) for our vendor and visitor management solutions, the RAPIDGate® and RAPID-RCx® programs. This is our sixth ‘ASTORS’ Award. Previous awards include: The Annual ‘ASTORS’ program, now in…
Fortior Solutions President and CEO Jim Robell was named this year’s Person of the Year for the American Security Today (AST) Platinum level 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Industry Leadership & Innovation.
Fortior Solutions received the Platinum level 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award from American Security Today (AST) for Best Access Control & Authentication Solution for the company’s RAPIDGate® and RAPID-RCx® programs.
American Security Today (AST) has announced that Fortior Solutions is a 2022 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award Finalist. Our RAPIDGate® and RAPID-RCx® programs once again have landed us in the award ring for AST’s prestigious recognition.
Fortior Solutions next generation handheld scanners have reached a significant milestone of more than one million scans.
Fortior Solutions is the recipient of two Platinum level 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards from American Security Today (AST), for Best Access Control & Authentication Solution, RAPIDGate® and RAPID-RCx®, and for Extraordinary Leadership & Innovation.
This month, our company hits a major milestone – our 20-year anniversary! It has been a true honor to work with our customers, employees, advisors, and partners both past and present. Together, we have accomplished the nearly impossible.
The RAPIDGate® and RAPID-RCx® programs have been nominated to compete in the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program.
Fortior Solutions, LLC, the leader in identity and access control solutions, reached another significant milestone surpassing 5,500,000 NCIC/III checks and third party commercial background screenings through their access control solutions.
ENTERPRISE SECURITY – Taking a quick look into the past, military and federal personnel were required to have different photo IDs and credentials for each government facility they went to. For example, for entry to the Navy Yard